Mass Effect 3 “Operation Detonator” Announced by BioWare
BioWare has a new multiplayer challenge for Mass Effect 3 multiplayer fans. Read on for details.
BioWare has announced a new multiplayer challenge tasked for Mass Effect 3 fans over the weekend. Called, "Operation Detonator," the challenege will run from November 30 to December 2 for all platforms.
So, what is it all about? To be honest, this might be one of the easiest challenges they've unveiled yet. The event description reads, "Recent setbacks have prompted changes in unit composition. Turian cabal theory is now dominant training paradigm. N7 units will now be deployed with pairs or higher percentages of biotics wherever available to maximize effectiveness."
In gaming-related words, that means players must earn 20,000 Biotic Explosion points on any map at any difficulty. Players need to kill the enemy with the explosion for the points to count and points are accumulated across matches and even extractions are not required.
As a reward, players who hit the goal will get a Commendation Pack for their trouble. If you're planning on entering, don't forget to set the "Player Feedback" on in the options menu so BioWare can track your stats.
For those not interested in Mass Effect's multiplayer, you can read up on our Mass Effect 3 Omega DLC review. Not interested in that, perhaps BioWare asking what the next Mass Effect game should be is more your speed.
Anyone here still playing Mass Effect 3's multiplayer? How's its playerbase? Are there still a lot of people playing?